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daikon radish in heavy silt clay soil?  RSS feed

 
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Has anyone tried using tiller radishes in heavy clay soil
http://groweat.blogspot.com/2011/11/tiller-radish-improved-soil.html#axzz2LOVLs8uY

The can grow in the fall and if the clay is moist it should be soft enough for the tiller radish to dig into the soil.
 
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